Neuroscience and Psychology

Spinal Cord Regeneration

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It’s estimated that more than 15,000 people suffer from spinal cord injury each year in Indonesia, and most of them will die because of the complication. The treatment and rehabilitation for them require lots of fund and in countries like Indonesia will be a huge burden for the family. There is very limited access to a good rehabilitation facilities or appropriate hospital care for spinal cord injuries; this also contributes to a high mortality rate especially after the cervical cord injury. We believe that more than one third of the world population is still facing the same situation like in Indonesia.

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Brain Stimulation for Basal Ganglia Disorders

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The basal ganglia (BG) have long been considered a purely motor region of the brain. However, over the last couple of decades it has progressively become clear that BG are central components of different cortical-subcortical circuits, described on a basic level as ‘motor’, ‘oculomotor’, ‘associative’ and ‘limbic’, according to the function of the cortical regions involved. In turn, each circuit encompasses multiple, functionally and anatomically distinct subcircuits. Dysfunction within these segregated circuits has been shown to cause BG disorders. Specifically, Parkinson disease (PD) and dystonia, are thought to arise from disturbances within the BGthalamo- cortical motor circuitry, whilst Tourette syndrome (TS) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), seem to be related to abnormalities within the limbic circuitry. There is also a degree of overlap between the motor and behavioural sides of BG disorders, as conditions like PD and TS are characterised by both movement disorders and neuropsychiatric symptoms.

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Astrology and Depression

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Study the article ” Evaluating Depression and its Causes by Astrology“. The abstract can be summarized as follows:

Depression is a common problem prevalent in the world today. With the advancement of Science and Technology, man has adapted and addicted himself to the comfort zone and luxurious life style. Even minor changes, problem and challenges in the life leads to depression. The chemistry associated with the planetary behavior, interaction and their influence on the horoscope plays a vital role in determining the life and its challenges for an individual. This paper evaluates the causes for psychological change in behavior by astrology.

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Tourette syndrome

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Tourette syndrome is a neuropsychiatric disorder which causes people to make sudden movements or sounds, called tics, that they can’t control. It included blinking of eyes, coughing,sniffing,different facial movements. It does not affect adversely life expectancy or intelligence. Know more about such psychiatric disorders and submit your valuable research work @ “International Journal of Mental Health and Psychiatry“.

SMI: Mental Health

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Know more about the Serious Mental Illness and the physical health monitoring and care that should be taken of patients with mental illness . Study the article “Physical Health Monitoring and Care of Inpatients with SMI in a Rehabilitation Setting” and submit your valuable articles @ “International Journal of Mental Health and Psychiatry

Mental Health Status of Mother Staying with Mentally Disabled Children

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Mother staying with mentally disabled children has to face a lot of challenges as they grow up. they have to work hard to sustain the financial crisis, as well as they face discrimination fromthe society filled with stigma. Moreover they worry a lot and remain under a lot of tension and stress.  They face disappointment, anger, frustration as well as they also fear. They also did not get supportive attitude from most of the relations. To know more about the mental health status of such mothers study the article “Lived-in Experience of Mothers with Mentally Retarded Children in Selected Schools, Bangalore: A Phenomenological Approach” @ “International Journal of Mental Health and Psychiatry

Cortad Delusion: Delusions of being dead

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Cotard delusion is a rare mental disorder in which a person thinks of himself as already dead and denies their existence or a body part or existence of a portion of the body. It can be classified in three stages; germination stage, blooming stage and chronic stage. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is more effective than pharmacotherapy in treating this syndrome.

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